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'Boom Boom's Bow,' Cambridge, Nov. 4

Posted by Jen Clark Estes  October 26, 2012 08:44 AM

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"Boom Boom's Bow" is a totally interactive jazz musical romp for the whole family, created and performed by acclaimed singer and comedian Lea DeLaria, and co-written with Janette Mason. Where did Boom Boom leave his bow? You and your little ones will help him find it. On the way you will make up a blues song, shake your groove thing and discover that anything can swing. Mostly, though, you and your little ones will scream with laughter at the antics of the characters they will meet along the way: Jazz, Boom Boom, Crash, and Mrs. Tinkle (DeLaria’s fantastic trio of musicians). Hailed by the NY Times as a "swinging time for kids," this show will let you leave your November blues at the door, put on your sunglasses, and get warmed up in an afternoon of cool. Sun., Nov. 4. Two shows, 1 & 4 p.m. $15. All ages. OBERON, American Repertory Theater, 2 Arrow St., Cambridge.

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